CASA volunteers are the voice and advocates for children who have been abused and neglected. Working in conjunction with case professionals and attorneys, CASA volunteers advocate for the best interest of a child. As a volunteer, you will be thoroughly trained and well supported by professional staff and an experienced CASA volunteer mentor.

RISE HOTLINE Our human trafficking hotline operates 24/7 which requires the support of our dedicated volunteers. This is not a public-facing hotline. Volunteers answer this hotline during Signs of HOPE business hours, after hours, on weekends, and on holidays. RISE hotline duties: Answering hotline calls that come directly from trained service providers. While volunteering, you will gain…

Our phone hotline operates 24/7 which requires the support of our dedicated volunteers. Volunteers answer this hotline after Signs of HOPE business hours, on weekends, and on holidays. Phone hotline duties include: Answering hotline calls which can range from general questions from the public to a client in immediate crisis and needing support. Responding to…

Handing out tickets to patrons at the theater before the concert. Working with Reno Phil Box Office Manager and staff to sell tickets.

Set up our Crescendo Circle Lounge before concerts and pour wine during intermission. If you are ever interested in pouring alcohol, we require that you have a valid State of Nevada Alcohol Awareness Training Card. If you are interested, we can provide you with information on how to obtain the card.

Helping sell subscriptions in the lobby before concerts and during intermission. Volunteers might also assist in selling Reno Phil merchandise.

We are excited to welcome volunteers ages 10-17 to our Junior Volunteer Program! Junior Volunteer opportunities are available every day of the week and include tasks such as cleaning, laundry, dishes, socializing with cats, working with potential adopters, etc. Junior Volunteers are required to volunteer with their parent/guardian at all times.

Most volunteers begin in cat care while they become familiar with our organization, adoption center, and cats; but additional advanced training and opportunities are also available in areas such as guest services, adoption counseling, medical care, etc. Whatever your interests, skills, or experience may be, our team is happy to find the right fit for…

V​olunteers assisting with exhibition installation become part of a team responsible for prepping, painting, labeling, and cleaning. Artifact handling training is required and provided by museum staff. Curatorial support includes assistance with data entry, research, filing and special projects.

Customer service volunteers interested in staffing the Museum Store or the admissions desk serve as the primary contact between the Museum and the general public. A friendly welcoming attitude is required. Duties include greeting and assisting guests, coat/bag check and selling gift items, tickets and tuition.

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